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Connie Britton

Emmy nominated Connie Britton currently stars on one of the best reviewed shows on television, NBC’s “Friday Night Lights” created by Peter Berg, for which she received an Emmy nomination in 2010 for Lead Actress in a Drama.  She also starred in the film of the same name, in which she played opposite Billy Bob Thornton.

Britton starred in ABC’s award-winning comedy “Spin City” opposite Michael J. Fox for five seasons.  Her other television credits include recurring roles on the highly-acclaimed drama “The West Wing,” as well as, FOX’s popular “24.”

Britton received accolades for her starring role in Edward Burns’ acclaimed independent film “The Brothers McMullen”. This popular low-budget film went on to win the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

Recently on the big screen, Britton starred in Michael Bay’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street” with Jackie Earle Haley, and “Women in Trouble” with Carla Gugino, Adrianne Palicki, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and Josh Brolin.  Some of her other feature credits include Edward Burns’ “No Looking Back,” and “Looking for Kitty” and  Sarah Kelly’s ‘The Lather Effect”, as well as the critically acclaimed, independent feature “The Last Winter” with Ron Perlman and James LeGros, which received a Gotham Award nomination for Best Ensemble Cast.

Britton grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia. She attended Dartmouth College, where she majored in Asian studies and spent a term in Beijing, China studying Chinese. Upon graduation she moved to New York, where she spent two years at the Neighborhood Playhouse studying with Sanford Meisner, and then performed in regional theater and off-Broadway productions. She is currently finalizing a documentary which she produced and directed on the orphans of Ethiopia.

Michael Allen
Co-Creator, Producer


Michael Allen, a senior executive with extensive experience working in high technology companies, brings a passion and desire to find ways to thank our veterans and the wounded warrior community. Michael has found unique ways to help U. S. service members, their families and the care giver community. From promotions and events that have given wounded warriors and their families evenings out at red carpet events to giveaways and benefits designed to help the wounded warriors, Michael’s heart for the military and all it entails is obvious to anyone who meets him. Through his work for this community, Michael works with senior leaders in the Department of Defense, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Brooke Army Medical Center, United Service Organization (USO), Fisher House, City of NY and the South by Southwest Film, Music, Interactive festival.
Michael’s belief, developed through many years of giving back, is that everyone wants to give back in some way, but some don’t know how and he is constantly working to find ways to get everyone involved.

Brad Keller
Co-Creator, Producer, Director

Brad Keller began his film career after leaving the American Film Institute for Directors. He started with a short film called Next Three Exits which went on to launch several careers both in front and behind the camera.
Since then he has directed and produced a catalog of productions spanning national commercials to network broadcast television series. From working with seasoned veterans in the Lifetime Television hit A Killer Within to working with a cast of unknowns in the Tribeca Film Festival award winning comedy Midgets vs Mascots, Brad has become a master of creating what audiences want. He continues to adjust his craft by learning what the buyers are acquiring while adapting a vision that helps to gain brand recognition.
With over 18 years of production experience and multiple awards Brad brings a wealth of experience and success to Homefront Heroes. Combined with his passion for our veteran’s, wounded warriors, and the families, he is constantly looking for new stories to share and people to interview.

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~ Harry Truman